Good point, Grindfiend. I've never played a Lundgren, but I've heard sound samples, as well as hearing 'NOthing' from Meshuggah, and that M model sounds pretty good. I'm betting it would be good in mahogany.
Since he asked for either the TZ-7 or EVO-7, well, he's probably looking more for the EVO-7. But the Lundgren is a great idea. It's not that the TZ sounds bad in mahogany... it doesn't. Just not everybody's cup of tea. Myself, I have the AN-7 in the neck, and I'd say I'm 99% happy with that. It's near flawless. I'd say I'm 85% happy with the TZ-7. I like it, but I'm curious about something else. I think the perfect setup would be a longer scale, ebony board, maple/mahogany body, and JB-7/'59-7 combo (6 string '59 sounds similar to me to my AN) . PERFECT.
Might have to try that Lundgren.